Lilo & Stitch
Animation • PG • 2002 • 1 hr 25 min
I love this movie with all my heart It’s truly amazing
Tragedy, romance, family, redemption, aliens, CIA - this movie has them all, and somehow manages to seamlessly integrate everything well.
Very colourful and the music of the movie is spectacular
Fun traditional animation Disney film. Very bright and colorful without going to far
My favorite childhood movie. Still one of my favorites actually. Stitch and Lilo are adorable in any way.
This a fun movie that is worth to watch. It also gives you one of the most adorable Disney characters ever
Great animation style, Great story about family, and stitch is adorable what more could you want from early 2000s Disney
watched when i was a kid, havent revisited.
Classic Disney, great characters, some funny beats.
Warm and fuzzy, wraps you up in it and keeps you in the smile zone
As Stitch, a runaway genetic experiment from a faraway planet, wreaks havoc on the Hawaiian Islands, he becomes the mischievous adopted alien "puppy" of an independent little girl named Lilo and learns about loyalty, friendship, and ʻohana, the Hawaiian tradition of family.
The continuing adventures of Lilo, a little Hawaiian girl, and Stitch, the galaxy's most-wanted extraterrestrial. Stitch, Pleakley, and Dr. Jumba are all part of the household now, but what Lilo and Stitch don't know is that Dr. Jumba brought his other alien "experiments" to Hawaiʻi as well.
Now, we find the rowdy extraterrestrial getting used to life with his new ʻohana. However, a malfunction in the ultimate creation of Dr. Jumba soon emerges, which reinstates his destructive programming and threatens to both ruin his friendship with Lilo and to short him out for good!
Lilo, Stitch, Jumba, and Pleakley have finally caught all of Jumba's genetic experiments and found the one true place where each of them belongs. Stitch, Jumba and Pleakley are offered positions in the Galactic Alliance, turning them down so they can stay on Earth with Lilo, but Lilo realizes her alien friends have places where they belong – and it's finally time to say "aloha".